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Windows Phone 8 Feature: New Supported Screen Resolutions

May 31, 2012 1 Comment

A source at WPCentral has revealed the supported resolutions for Microsoft’s upcoming smartphone operating system. Specifically, 480×640 (VGA), 480×800 (WVGA), 720×1280, and 768×1280 (WXGA). Phone Arena reports that these resolutions could lead to Windows Phones with extraordinarily high PPI.

“[O]n a 4.5 inch screen, the pixels per inch would come in at 332, topping the 326ppi reading of the Retina Display on the Apple iPhone 4.”

That’s pretty incredible. And with dual-core processors and upgraded GPUs, Apollo devices should have no trouble handling the extra pixels.

Here’s the proof:

Google Analytic data

Source: WMPowerUser | Via: WPCentral

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